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foster city their bright lights into hayward right now 14 minutes across the span. the goldenççó gate bridge is fog deicide but no problemsi] for yourself bound ride a lot of san francisco 23 minute trip right now. 580 looking like a 10 minute ride. six 05 a.m. let's check'l÷ñ on the forecast. >> there is a bit of warm up from yesterday but as we head through the next couple ofxd das we will cooling-off here's a look those are great now we are going to deal with warmer temperatures and the afternoon changes can get after the first default. current have the jurors sitting in the '50s and '60s 63 for oakland hayward, and the amount of new 63 san jose your 10:00 hour brings the '60s and '70s. afternoon highs today topping out in the '70s even some ladies out there some inland spots and then cooling it back down by the 7:00 hour. your afternoon highs bringing us to 70 for santa rosa, 68 in san francisco, through livermore valley also into antioch and morgan hill. the afternoon getting into 81 around the bay. see, we have a cooling trend. after the first day of fall on thursday we actual
the noise. >>> it is the dispute in foster city that involves kids learning martial arts and the sound they make when they do so. hear why it's been going on for years. >>> okay, so how loud is too loud? some folks in foster city are add odds with a maial arts studio, not for what the studio is teaching kids there, but for the noise it's creating. ken pritchett has more now from foster city. >> reporter: they are small but they kick and punch with power. and you can hear it in their voices. but is this just the sound of tae kwan do or a nuisance. >> the kids are making noise just like a soccer team out in a yard. >> reporter: he's been involved in a three year battle with his neighbors. his neighbors across this pond. >> people that are adjacent are facing the shopper center do hear noise. there's no question about it. >> reporter: marlin townsend is speaking for the residents of wailers island, the noise which is coming from these children is annoying. wailer doesn't buy it. >> we're having a conversation, you hear me, i hear you, we're talking fine. >> reporter: wailer says he's done
overnight. as far as accidents go, we're quieted. across the san mateo bridge towards foster city, still lanes blocked westbound 92 between foster city boulevard and el camino real, but no big delay towards the peninsula. we'll have more on the traffic coming up. in the meantime, that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. the forecast today is all going to be about the temperatures. how about the 90s? mid-90s expected in the north bay. also the mid-90s well out in the east bay. 93 degrees down in san jose and 84 in san francisco. we have one day this week when we have triple digit temperatures. i'll let you know when that is coming up. >> thank you. >>> 5:01. >>> topping our news a murder suspect killed by officers in the east bay may be connected with bodies found in a home. he led police on a high-speed chase that began in pleasant hill that began last night at a parking lot in richmond. the suspect was killed inside the store. his girlfriend was found dead at the car. >> at the termination point. pursuit, the suspect fled and went into the ranch
in the commune direction towards foster city they do is sort of a construction in both directions of highway 92 between 280 in foster city that will close down a couple of lanes but still making pretty decent dry times during tire tracks across the span on the, clocking in at of management and. wrapping up with a live look at golden gate, nice, easy conditions. you can see it is pretty good for yourself from red novato and the san francisco clocking in at a very easy 22 minutes. highway 37 over these bay on 5/80 to name a ride. >> thank you. oakland police >> oakland police are sure investigating cases if of robbery and sexual assault by police are holding back certain details for instance when and where the zero incidents occurred at the same both cases that involve women coming back to their homes. >> we will have more from oakland police coming out. we do that suspect description news saddam on ago an african- american male in his early to mid 20's stands about 5 ft. 10 to 6 ft. medium build was also seen during rabin's. kron4 has more on the story. >> here in oakland monday night concerns a
in the to the direction towards foster city you can see a camera sticking around that traffic is living with an adult day care and injuring about rob mentor and to answer. golden gate, and no proms, traffic and an academic, i'm free ride here's advancement nevada and his and his guest a clocking in about 22 minutes the ride from highway 87 over to the east bank is any they're right. james. >> you like, and that the story, the former city leaders in the city about our schedule to be arraigned today that is that fort small city that we talk about where the city leaders had extremely high salaries, the manager is calling an $800,000 a year. concord assets have the salaries plus extra amounts of lead to their arrest. >> city manager of the town of 40,000 people, the average in town just over $40,000 a year. his salary $800,000 -- of the president of united states. and as i tatting millions more and loans and benefits from seven others. >> they use tax as their own the bank which they then and they did that well. >> out the county's district attorney says he was there rain and the air of a gang of corrupt off
commute direction from hayward westbound out to foster city traffic moving at the limit this morning speeds been in 50 mi. and hours across the span. golden gate bridge look at that fog. that's what we have talked about the fog hugging the coast making it its way through the gate this morning one set of headlights making its way to san francisco. if you're driving for more and be careful you may run into the thick fog here and there. at this point to 21 minutes from novato down to san francisco. no. traffic in a moment. two suspects in the death of a man in whose decomposed body was found last week are large tears pictures of them officials asking for help finding these. their 62 year-old man while on the right mohammad khan armed and dangerous because they have arrest warrants out for them and past criminal histories as well. call police if you have information on their whereabouts. we are expected to learn more about the shooting investigation surrounding this man and true he is behind bars in oakland suspected of shooting todd young officer john john seriously injuring him he is s
towards foster city we are tracking some construction on west and 92 full ramp closures and that is in effect until six. the golden gate bridge no problems here south bound ride novato in the city limits 23 minutes fresnel. crosstown traffic just a few cars some migrating 15 in their ride if you're headed north l 101 connecting over is bound to the lower deck of the bay problem free ride. >> trouble digit heat inland made for a busy day as folks from all over flocked for relief. beaches in san a cruise or no exception. >> it is almost october but you would not know what judging from the scene. this is south of san a cruise warm and windy today. temperatures forecast mid to upper 80s but it feels cool compared with the record- breaking hundred degrees recorded is that occurs over the weekend. farther south farmworkers were picking strawberries as the mercury reached into the upper 90s towards 100 degrees by 2:00 p.m. with that offshore flow of the fog has all but disappeared. almost all the way to moss landing and points beyond even water temperature seems to be respondin
making it difficult to see so watch out for low visibility heading towards foster city. traffic fine off the high-rise. i mentioned this water main break first reported around 4:30 this morning. it was as you come off of the golden gate bridge doyle drive past cemetery curve. chp went ahead and filed the incident meaning they didn't think it was serious enough to impact traffic. so just something to be aware of, some water reported in the right lane of southbound 101. again, no big delays reported or anything like that. but a lot of fog once again in our golden gate bridge shot as you make your way towards the toll plaza. live look at 880 in oakland. nimitz freeway looks great. tail lights that's northbound traffic towards high street. and you're in the clear. i'll step out of the way so you can see that drive time. 238 to the maze is a nice easy 15-minute trip. once you do hit the road, remember our radio partners, kcbs 740-am and 106.9-fm. here's lawrence. crossing our fingers we can get chopper to fly today despite the fog. >> we have some dense fog at the coast but inside the bay not
between 280 and foster city. intermittent lane closures through the area that will last until 6:00. that's a look at your weather. back up to you. a hot forecast today. here's tracy with details. >> thanks, gianna. yes, it's the first week of fall. and it won't feel like fall. clear start out there out the door. not many clouds to speak of. temperatures ranging from the lower 50s to the lower 60s inland. upper 50s to the mid-60s around the bay and partly cloudy with just a few areas of fog along the coastline. this afternoon, 68 to 75 degrees at the coast. mild. sunny. plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures just near 90 degrees in our hottest spots around the bay and inland today the hottest day of the week, 95 to 103. not surprising, it is a "spare the air" day. we'll take a look at some bay area cities, who is going to see what, who is going to feel what, that's all coming up. back to you in the studio. >> thank you. what is that big bright shiny thing in the sky? not used to it. >>> 5:08. recall, hyundai telling thousands of sonata owners to bring their cars in for repairs. and rese
from hayward to foster city. one last look and arrive at of marin county headlights and so found 101 moving fairly well, no issues no reports of any problems for novato all the way down to san jose, pretty easy ride. officials are warning boaters and other outdoor enthusiast six delta area to take steps to avoid riskier bites that is dr. gruber of mosquitos recently got this positive for us while they were trapped near gearan parkway the vector control this, i county residents are robbing a rise to drain sources of sitting in the water that could serve as breeding grounds. more problems for google. the czech republic is turning away the internet search engine the privacy watchdogs as the google mapping feature the street you invade people's privacy and the company has refused permission to expand its efforts in the czech republic the internet giant has come under fire from authorities across europe because of privacy concerns. a little more tax, if those tiny keypads on your mobile device does not cut it for you you might want a checked at the world's first virtual keyboard kron4 tec
, she shifted 30,000 jobs overseas. think of it. that's the size of foster city. >> she voted against body armor. she voted against support for brain trauma and post traumatic stress syndrome. >> political pundits say neither candidate scored a knockout but senator boxer was on her game and fiorina looked senatorial. larry gersten will be in studio to talk more about the debate at 5:45. the candidates for governor will face off in a debate before the november election. tom brokaw will be the moderator between that one. it is between meg whitman and jerry brown. it is slated for october 12th. >>> a pittsburg teacher is in hot water after police yanked him from his classroom. he is suspect offend downloading thousands of pornographic pictures. he was arrested after receiving a tip and raiding his home. there they found computers and hard drives filled with child important. birsh was booked into martinez detention facility with a $60,000 bail. >>> the police officer who was shot last week continues to improve. donors yesterday gave life-saving blood for officer young. student organizers
to the theater in foster city. on friday someone called and said they saw it at a scrap yard. is that happened to be the same day the theater was celebrating it's 70th anniversary. the theater can't wait to put it back to work. >> it used to ring to start a show or ring at the end of intermission. so many of our patrons who have been coming here for years really love it and miss it. >> the medical about el was cast in 1908 and will be returned to the theater's court yard where will it get the audience to seats on time again. >> we want to know why it didn't function the way it was supposed to. >> because if it had america's wouldn't have happened. ster the million pound clue that could finally tell us what went wrong in the gulf. >>> a warning for dog owners. the popular treat that could make your pet sick. >> the cbs5 weather center. labor day shaping up to be great. the forecast next. ♪ texting...blogging... all this technology, but you're still banking like pilgrims! it's time for new school banking, bubbie. interest plus savings at capitalone.com. why earn bupkis, when your savings
, biting and scratching. foster city officials say it's not so much the dogs they are worried about, rather it's the dog owners. diana rossi has the live report. >> reporter: julie, people and their dogs are taking in the last minutes of labor day. but the city is getting concerned about the humans minding their manners, while the dogs act like dogs. >> reporter: the dogs settled this scrimmage with help from their owners, no hard feelings. a 59-year-old woman scratched and bit a 37-year-old man who tried to break up an argument between her and another dog owner. >> there was a disagreement over words exchanged. a man intervened to separate the ladies that were involved. >> reporter: dog walker the trish dire says that human behavior as a sign of the times. >> there's been a lot of lay offs and people losing their jobs. i've seen a lot of people here at the dog park, they come here and they're stressed out. >> you separate them and you don't blame the owner. >> reporter: a sub committee will consider whether to put a cap on the number of people and dogs allowed in here at any period of time
administration indicated a presence of salmonella bacteria. >>> foster city is considering whether to institute new rules after reports of fighting, biting and scratching out by the dogs but by dog owners. police say there have been two recent incidents at the park in which a 69-year-old woman scratched and bit a 37-year-old man. they were trying to break up an argument between the women and another dog owner. one of the rules would put a cap on the number of people and dogs allowed upper part at any one time. >>> it was free to fish in california today and many people took advantage of that. the california department of fish and game did not require people to have issued licenses. a the licenses cost $14 a day and every year they have a free fishing day. >>> in san jose this music on pianos -- there is music on pianos and maureen naylor reports. >> reporter: a symphony of sounds is filling the air in the heart of silicon valley. . from ragtime, impromptu concerts on 20 pianos are playing out day by day they are part of a new art exhibit called playing me i'm yours. >> piano players, it's just
side of the bridge, there is overnight paving work around foster city and 280 and that should be cleared as well by 5:00 this morning. >>> still ahead, the couple accused in the high profile murder of a google job applicant make their first court appearance. >> over or under? san jose plans to weigh a high speed rail system. >> and a controversial fee that san francisco will [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread when you can have pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits? the warm, light delicate layers are like nothing else. add a layer of excitement to your next meal. ♪ than listening there'to our favorite songs. there's nothing we love more than listening to our favorite songs. but our favorite thing is eating totino's pizza rolls. but our favorite thing is eating totino's pizza rolls. ♪ we're the kids in america ♪ oh, oh, oh >>> let's make it 4:40. tuesday morning, and a live picture in high definition from rooftop camera of san francisco. ferry battled and bay bridge off to the left on your picture. mild start to the morning and lisa argen is in to tell us w
in the commuter action towards foster city the headlights coming east down in a word no reports of problems are delays in either direction across the span looking at 13 minutes across the span. golden gate bridge a bit foggy but tax traffic moving at the limit right now no problems for san francisco crosstown traffic. a delay free ride make your way towards a peninsula on in down central and james like. eastbound to lord act is looking like a trouble-free ride. >> for 40 7:00 a.m. the two candidates in the governor race agree the economy is in bad shape. but they disagree plenty on other issues and how best to solve the problems. they squared off last night. it didn't take long for the sparks to fly. >> it began cordially enough of a mixed it up early tangling on special interest. >> he will bring people together all the special interests and the union that are there to collect their ious from the campaign that they have funded. >> tax cuts are targeted to billionaires and millionaires. it is a tax break tax break that will go to the richest people in the country. >> capital gains cut as th
at 79, 85 campbell. foster city, west winds up to 15 in the eastern portion of the district with that on shore push the numbers come down. again by 11-degrees livermore. dublin and pleasanton. north bay from 61 in bodega bay. extended forecast, there it is. we reveal seasonal temperatures by friday. we will get a little cooler by sunday. otherwise temperatures pretty much status qo over the weekend. my picks was sent to usly lee. we love you and thank you. it's beautiful. keep the photographs coming. i have never seen that before. have you in. >> no. not -- well the one in england. >> have you been there? >> no. >> thank you. >> coming up everybody knows rejection can be heart breaking. indictmen >> did you know it can be heart stopping? 22 test subjects were shown photographs of people who had supposedly seen pictures of the test subjects. when they were told they weren't liked or were rejected by the person in the photograph their heart skipped a beat. researchers say the findings enforce the idea that humans aren't meant to be alone. >>> we will be right back. [ fem
-e-l-l-o ♪ j-e-l-l-o ♪ j-e-l-l-o [ child giggles ] >>> let's go to foster city where the hill barn theatre has its bell back. >> grace chapel bell is a bit of its history it disappeared in 2004 but friday someone spotted it at a scrap metal yard it comes on the theatres 70th anniversary. hill barn officials can't wait to put it back to work. >> it used to ring to start a show or ring at the end of intermission, so many of our patrons who have been coming here for so many years really love it and miss it. >> the bell was cast in 1908 it will be returned to the theatres courtyard where it will once again get people to their seats on time. >>> apparently found at a pawn shop by some gentleman who saw the inscription looked up the inscription and then called the police and the pawn shop owner incidentally is co-operating completely but that his records from years ago are a little sketchy. >> i'm all choked up i am so glad the bell is back. >> labor day is traditional end of summer and also a day people go on picnics. >> what is your favorite picnic food? ken says our favorite is pregrilled bratwur
hayward to foster city one last shot golden gate, you can see that what is evident in the shot. as you make your way for marin just a reminder that fog is that. more weather and traffic coming up. national headlines. a florida pastor still plans to go ahead with his plans to burn copies thereof wren says he's been praying about it serves as a definite yes, but so far is on track he has received more than a hundred death threats since announcing his plan now he says he wears a pistol strapped to his head for his own protection. supported haven't mailing copies to his church. he's gonna have a bonfire this coming saturday. >> we are burning the vote. we're not killing someone we are now murdering people we're not dragging people of their cars were doctors and killing them. we are simply burning a book. we will not our knees to them. >> supporters or mailing copies of the text of that church, is only about $50 and that church is accosting next national headlines since it would announce that they're holding this karan and bonfire this coming saturday on a nine year anniversary of september
taillights and the commute direction towards foster city. it is foggy at the golden gate bridge but traffic moving fine. you can see a couple of can't headlights' making the right toward san francisco right now novato to city limits is about 22 minutes highway 37 over these bay clocking in at 8 minutes. >> 422 a tornado watch in north carolina this morning after got slammed with every rain last night. drivers as you can see had a tough time trying to get through william to uncurewillias of tropical storm storm of all soak rains the last well into the night it made for miserable morning and evening commute as well. as rush blow reports sunshine state feeling the impact. >> it is a steady and persistent rain was tropical storm the school. from early in the day wednesday we knew this was not going to be a major storm with the watches and warnings lifted. it did provide minor damage. >> and a clinic the best i can. like that. >> gregory stop scotts home in miami where part of the ceiling collapsed. >> i heard something and when i keyman i said you know what. the ceiling fell in. >> as he cleans
minutes frm one end to the/n1 other, san ma, he were to foster city you're making thatzo7 driving justzv t 12 minutes no delays to + repo, one last look golden gate bridge traffic coming out of duron and set about 101 have led to any light aq-2v@v traffic, we hope y that way. we will keep an eye on that.jgg update you as each hour passes.hf7 new$a5 headlines aroe bay, still no word on whether not sarah one of those three uc- berkeley cried willc be freed. she is expected to be released as soon as 500,000 bail is vague. she was captured in our ron a year ago when the accident bì+ ind those two men on spying charges and so does the u.s. government. 4mdxstocks are set to open lower this morning despite yesterday's gain the dow finished up 81 points to 10,0054 for the commerce department this morning set to release its report on august retail sales. the government reports on july business inventories, economists are looking forso3 seven straigt month of increases. some in the biggest names in business say the outlook is good. warren buffettv for one says the doub- deÃrecession is unlik
lower deck is moving well, san mateo highway 92 big time from mr. hayward to foster city note issues being reported anywhere on the stand all of it is moving well, golden gate, foggy ride coming of marin, someone no one is moving of novato san francisco just 21 minutes. be careful fog can get heavy here and there. national headlines the aba my administration will now require or oil and gas companies operating in the gulf to plug nearly 3500 non producing wells there will also have to dismantle hundreds of production platforms is a move to prevent potentially huge the league's as for the spill itself is now expected that the well could be broad by sunday. in the meantime fisherman say these crabs the see year they just drop them fall oil. this is the catch is useless. the fishermen are demanding testing to find out if that is bp oil inside those crimes. national cemetery has discovered three people buried in the wrong race. the army says that officials opened three burial sites and found the remains in each had been cordoned in this marked graves. it discovers a investigation into boo
foster city headlights making their way into a word today 13 minutes across the span. it's foggy at the golden gate bridge but no dense fog advisory just yet. you can see a few cars on the bridge right now. wrapping up on all been the westbound 80 no problems on the seashore freeway it is lighter than we usually see at this hour less cars than we saw 10 minutes ago. >> for 7:00 p.m. only on kron 4 it has not been in place for year but a major flaw has been uncovered in the clipper card system being used. stanley roberts was the only reporter when the discovery was made. keith's >> normally i report on other people be given badly but today it will be me. i'm about to tell tens of thousands of many writers how they can ride me free. yes you hold told you hurt me for free. while shooting a segment on somebody pointed out to me a flaw in the system. apparently these gates will open was nothing more than a wave of your hand. so equator clipper card, or rate wave your hand. after spending millions of dollars all the bugs have not been worked out. simply waving a hand across the sensors
. had it in your commute direction westbound out to foster city, as you can see a lot of gaps between the cars, traffic is light driving up the limit. golden gate, there's a far shot, and we have some fog working its way to the gates. traffic on southbound 101 looks like it is moving parallel not a lot of companies out there. easy ride if you're heading out any time in the near future will check and your commute coming up. world headlines two trains collided today in india 21 bodies have been recovered from the wreckage, officials say the death toll could rise as they continue to search the wreckage. you can see how severe so that damages of freight train was on the wrong track it slammed into a stationary passenger train at a rotary station during heavy rain and these 53 were injured, their reports that the driver may have overshot a stop signal which caused the accident. and these 47 people were killed when a heavy rain and landslide hit northern india over the weekend you can see how high the water got 24 people died yesterday when boulders crushed their homes and three villages. t
every friday. these are the folks in foster city with the body studio for fitness. it's actually a personal training studio. it's a family business owned by a local husband and wife team. and they say the studio is for all fitness levels and suits people who don't like the big gym environment. so if you are ready to get in shape look them up at the body studio for fitness in foster city. makes me tired just looking at them. email us at mornings@cbs5.com to be part of future hi-5's. great job. that takes a lot of work to be exercising at what time is it? 6:44. >> or they have a lot of coffee! >>> folks, heading out the door today, you will see cool fog moving ining an lot coastline. a sign of things to come and still got some sunshine inland. yeah, just coming up on what looks like another hot day. many spots not as hot as it was yesterday. but going to get close as we head in toward the afternoon. if you are headed out the door this morning, patchy fog, some of that dense toward the coastline. be careful especially at the beaches. temperatures there into the 50s. a few patches sn
along both directions. 14 minutes from hayward to foster city. elsewhere, 5 80 westbound stop and go through livermore. west of there traffic moving a little sluggish approaching 680. we have reports of an accident northbound 680 at mission boulevard. it is on the right side of the roadway. 80 looking good. clear westbound -- i take that back, actually slow. look at all that red. westbound through antioch, give yourself some extra time. traffic clear on the eastshore freeway. no troubles to report. no delays on 237 on to 80, no delays in the south bay. tracy has your forecast. >> thank you. our forecast for this morning, as you head out the door, cloudy start especially at the coast. low temperatures 55 to 50. cloudy at the bay, delays on arrivals at sfo around 35 minutes. partly cloudy conditions inland. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. sunny at the bay, lower 60s to the upper 60s. and lingering clouds for the coastline, cool temperatures. near 60 degrees. 73 degrees in fremont. 77 in santa clara. 77 in san jose. and the lower 70s today from redwood city to san mateo to palo alto an
there's road work going on highway 92. there's been overnight road work that stretch 280 to foster city boulevard and that continues until 7:00 this morning. pretty treacherous to drive through that area when there is overnight road work. avoid it or wait until 7:00 this morning. outsidelight traffic even though there are a few minor accidents reported. no problems or delays 101 through millbrae and also looks good in the north bay. jenelle, kristen. >> frances, thanks a lot. it's now 5:08. >> the makers of budweiser comes up with a sales strategy that beer lovers will love. the "moneyscope" report is next. >> yeah, you can get something for free. why her former boss says meg whitman is not getting his endorsement as governor. >> something i'm not proud to say as a democrat. >> the comments getting him some attention at the white house. >> and he's the first to go, "dancing with the stars," the first casualty. i've got power pain can't mess with. (announcer) new icy hot power gel. relief that's icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. and no mess. don't mess around with pain. >> closed c
direction heading over towards foster city traffic moving just fine no problems there at all. your commute heading back towards hayward also looks good 92 looks good in both hands both at 1 01 and 880. the golden gate bridge ride 1 01 southbound in the fog this morning placid fog. no problems for the trip across the span traffic is moving smoothly as well. for your trip to public transit you if you're writing are no delays or problems reported ace train and children on time. >> federal judge blocks the execution of the convicted rapist and murderer. he was set to put to death tomorrow but the judge suspended the execution until he could review the policy. he said he cannot do that in the time allotted. he said the state knew but never disclosed the last few doses of sodium thiopental expired on friday a nationwide shortage means they will not able to get more and still early next year. gov. schwarzenegger says the state plans to appeal on the state. >> 2010 in the debate between the candidates for california governor. the scene last night from uc-davis as republican mega whitman and jerry
was ceo of hp before she was terminated, she shipped 30,000 jobs overseas. that's the size of foster city. through all that pain, what did she do? she took $100 million. that reminds me of wall street. bonuses at the top. pain for everything else. i want to see the words "made in america again. i ask for your vote. >> a few guidelines. you both get up to 90 seconds to answer a question. >> a small business job. how do you justify immediate help for the wealthiest mernz but not average californiians who may be out of a job? >> we need to start by describing what the 2001-2003 tax cuts really were. tax cut that's will expire in january. those reliefs went to middle class americans. the average family will pay up to $1600 more in taxes. it is true small business owners are struggling under the weight of businesses. senator box er has struggled nr weight of small businesses. we have 88,000 farms in this great state. most are family owned. to create jobs, we need to make sure in particular, our small businesses, family owned businesses, entrepreneurs are freed from strange willing administrati
of foster city. >> reporter: there was a variety of questions about the economy, jobs, the war, and immigration. >> you know, senator boxer's last two answers are a perfect illustration of her rhetoric versus the reality. >> every time you really get past the surface, you see my opponent fighting for the billionaires, for the millionaires, for the companies who ship jobs overseas. >> reporter: that was a constant theme for boxer. fiorina moving steady on the senator's record. >> she voted against body armor. she voted against support for brain trauma and posttraumatic stress syndrome. >> reporter: there were predictable themes. fiorina, pro-life, boxer, pro-choice. in the end, the two told the voters what they each wanted them to hear. >> i think the voters are very clear. they are concerned with jobs, where are they? they are concerned with out-of-control spending. >> i'm fighting for jobs every day. she had her chance. she shipped them overseas. >> reporter: there were about 150 people here tonight. political pundits also in the audience. they said that there were no winners
redwood city, foster city, that area. this is probably going to involve the san carlos airport. the plane airport departing or approaching there. but you can see the business office complexes close by, homes close by and that lagoon that comes in off san francisco bay. but a little bit ago, we could see there was a kayaker there, looked like a small fishing boat attempting what looked like to be a rescue of people who were on that small plane. but the plane went in the water about 15, 20 minutes ago, just about noon. but again, there is the small boat that was helping what looked like people getting out of the plane. this is redwood city again on the peninsula. there is a hotel close by. the sofitel hotel is a landmark in the area. you can see how the houses have docks that back up right there. so there are people out there on their own boats, apparently helping with a rescue effort. but this small plane in the water now for about 10, 15 minutes. so we'll keep an eye on that chopper 5 there and, of course, a ground crew on the way, as well. >> i have to wonder if he went in on purpose. >
barn theater in foster city. the grace chapel bell is a bit of its history and it disappeared in 2004, but friday someone spotted the bell at a family owned scrap metal yard. the discovery came on the theater's 70th anniversary. hill barn can't wait to put it back to work. >> it used to ring to start a show and ring at the end of intermission. so many patrons who have come here so many years really love it and miss it. theatre's courtyard where it >> the bell was cast in 1908. it will be returned to the theater's courtyard where it will once again get people to their seats on time. >>> who doesn't love a road trip, but man driving cross- country on a motorized scooter. also diehl began her scooter trip this weekend. the 61-year-old sacramento resident is the oldest to compete in the cannonball run competition. the rash starts in british columbia and ends for thousand 100 miles later in portland, maine. each competitor has 10 days to finish. the prize? absolutely nothing, but bragging right, not so bad. we'll be right back. ,,,,,, this droid has evolved to do even more. now it integrat
heading towards foster city. up towards 280, both directions of highway 19 you might find lanes blocked until 5:00 this morning for ongoing overnight pavement road work. eric, kristen. >> frances, good to have you back! thanks a lot. >> still has that glow. >> doesn't she! >> yep. an american evangelist in kabul. the pastor's 9/11 anniversary plans triggers outrage in the muslim world putting u.s. troops on the defensive. >> president obama unveils more of his economic plan today [ female announcer ] to do well, kids need to eat well. and eating well means getting enough whole grain and calcium. and general mills big g kid cereals can help. did you know it's the only leading line of kid cereals with at least 8 grams of whole grain and a good source of calcium? cereals they already love, like lucky charms and cinnamon toast crunch. give your kids more of what they need to be their best. grow up strong. with big g kid cereals. ♪ how'd you do that? do what? it tastes too good to be fiber. you ma it taste like chocolate. it has 35% of your daily value of fiber. do it again. turn it into s
no delays as you had westbound even eastbound traffic of course pretty light coming out from foster city. the golden gate bridge ride is a smooth one in from marin county. marin 1 01 southbound no delays or problems there yet. the nimitz freeway these headlight's ourselves bound 880 downtown oakland at 23rd this was the scene of lane closures earlier this morning because of emergency road repair that has been accomplished and lanes are reopened. southbound direction the northbound is still moving well in fact all the way from san leandro to oakland. public transit no problems to report board appears to be doing well so far ace train doing fine and no problems for a cauldron. >> what's $300 million between friends right george. just tacked on to the new bay bridge. so this brings the total when you add on the 300 million to $2 billion. the self a greenspan features a giant tower attached to cable. now when you add the 300 million covering the extra construction and other problems. and also metal sheets and pieces that they need. so it's supposed to be done in 2013 when you add that the ov
good take a look here the ride is smooth this is the commute side westbound over foster city. we have concern over hot spot here southbound on 880 at west wynton chp reported accident with a semi. we will track that. >> chilly start for this morning the bay bridge approach it is clear shot we are not dealing with much fog just patchy fog this morning. it is increasing club that will make appearances for the day. oakland 58 degrees your high today 66 degrees, back down to 60 by 8:00 p.m. elsewhere temperatures in the '50s as well widespread 50s across the board, 55 san francisco, 52 napa, south bay 58 mountain view. really not warming until the '60s still about noon. your eyes today will be '70s. very similar to where were yesterday coming in at 75% rosa, 77 napa, 78 fairfield, same with the south bay upper '70s for los gatos and morgan hill. not getting out of the '60s for oakland. here 7 day around the bay low eighties for the next couple of days inland spot '60s around the bay and '50s to low sixties for the coast. >> time now is 620 to the lawyer for an american woman cleared for r
was very heavy at the top of the hour has than that for the west ride toward foster city. golden gate bridge still looks good no problems and again will there have been and over german accident leading onto the oil drive that is no longer there and the lanes have been reopened.the ride through san francisco and a checkv2lú3 of e freeways in down from central freeway still lay and southbound 101 traffic8r4se8mhppr,jsú from downtown san francisco nosú problems at all. public transit still enjoying a good ride no delays or barred ace train or caltrans 580 ride which we thought we would showú#hÑ0á!l;zu could spend 85% of their welfare on red. so according to them only 2100 are in permanent housing. if we had that many we would be the first to jump up and down and kissed them and thank them and think it was wonderful in it would see a noticeable difference. >> we contact the families and make sure there's a safe place to go then we pay for food and a bus ticket for them to get home. >> both the coalition this city is moving in that right dire
to foster city boulevard. pretty hard to drive through that area when they've got the road work. check out a live shot of the 101 and 880 interchange. the connector from north 101 to 880 should be reopened any minute. you can always find out if there's road work for your route to work by going to abc7news.com. you'll find it under the bay area traffic link. kristen. >> frances, thank you so much. our time now is 4:54. two environmental groups are taking wal-mart to court to stop the retail giant's expansion plans. the sierra club and conservation action have filed suit claiming city officials violated rules when they approved wal-mart's plan to turn its existing store there into a new supercenter which would sell groceries and a whole lot more. the retailer will fund the city's legal fees. >> a hearing before the san francisco planning commission today is expected to determine the future of a north beach market. the nearly 6,000 square foot market was licensed by the city back in 2007 as a grocery store with a small self-service restaurant and area to sell wine and beer but the market owne
direction heading over towards foster city no delays or back up on the approach to the bridge. even the 92880 looks good rationale. your marin county ride 101 culminating at the golden gate bridge no problems or delay itit is a smooth ride along the soil dries. you're right on the shore freeway in their state 880 the volumes are building but there is no slowing for the west bound 80 ride. public transit smooth start no delays reported. >> two women more robbed and sexually assaulted on sunday evening they are rich holdings when and where the attacks happened. they happen in secluded areas both were heading home when they were attacked. >> there are somewhat less similarities that's why we want to make people aware. >> the suspect is african- american early mid-20s 5 ft. 10. medium build he was carrying a weapon. other stories pg&e releasing the list of 100 most dangerous pipelines in california. this section of natural gas exploded in san bruno does not appear on the list. to make a novelist it would have had to meet one of four criteria. corrosion, ground movement, design, or if th
direction heading towards foster city the golden gate bridge ride still listed as one no problems year for lanes available in the southbound direction the ride on interstate 680 which has been a hot spot all part for the past several days. not the new stretch where the new lane is actually in operation but leading down to it. there is a background affect here the ride from a single has been jammed ever since they opened the new lane. at present there is a report of a big rig accident southbound before seasonal it has not yet begun to back up. >> 6 month anniversary of the health-care overhaul and it brings new benefits starting today. parents can keep their adult children on their coverage until age 26, you cannot deny coverage for children with pre-existing conditions, and no co-payments for some preventative care. >> decision 2010 than it jerry brown is leading meg whitman. they have released the new results and brown, so was 40 percent support women got 42 percent. in another report there are almost tied. >> three months and to the budget and still low-budget in place. they are meet
of hayward to foster city. drive time 14 minutes right now. head over to contra costa county. quiet still from southbound 680 commuters here. that's north main. that's the exit. as you continue through the san ramon valley and the sunol grade. you can always get the latest traffic conditions and sign up for personalized drive times by going to our website on abc7news.com. it's under the bay area traffic link. kristen? >> frances, thank you. millions of american seniors are struggling to find affordable housing these days. allen wang looks at a growing problem for bay area retirees made worse by the high cost of living here. >> he graduated with a masters last june. she nearly became homeless. at 85 years of age, ms. cotton's job opportunities are slim and she's on a fixed income of $900 a month. fortunately she got into the attenheim affordable housing community in oakland. >> yes. and i cried tears of joy, you know. i never dreamed this would happen to me. >> ms. cotton is part of a fast-growing population acontrols the country in need of housing. 3.4 million seniors live below the pover
. pretty difficult drive on highway 92 with some paving work going on between 280 and foster city boulevard until about 5:00 this morning. also what's closed right now is the west 92 ramp to 280, both northbound and southbound until about 5:00. this is for the next 20 minutes. it's just a tough ride in that area when they have the road work going on. as we goout side what we find is light traffic and no problems in and out of hayward this morning. eric, kristen? >> frances, thanks a lot. it's now 4:40. >> still ahead on the morning news, the outside help san francisco city hall may need to afford a mayor if gavin newsom is elected lieutenant governor. >> and the new signs going up along a bay area rail line [ male announcer ] have something you love doing? cheerios could be your ticket to do it. big time. you could win a once in a lifetime chance to live your passion by choosing from t never-dreamed-possible prizes. from a customized v.i.p. vacion, to a hollywood red carpet experience, to cooking with a celebrity chef, and more. find details on specially marked boxes of cheerios. why cheeri
if you had from foster city that they were getting on to the know as freeway's southbound. here's reporter water from broken water lines. the golden gate bridge right still smooth and easy one, no problems across the sand. we saw a flash of traffic to a loss on a book, things have played a couple of good. if san francisco to look at the end of central for right. no delays here on the james lick. the likely later this morning-we will see some of their were the two freeways to join. >> to tell his story out of oakland, six year-old girl shot early this morning in her home, officers answered during a seminary ave. east of 16th street. around 2:00 a.m., she was in solder home when the shots came from outside. please to announce early this was a random shooting. >> is very alarming, considering that this family was asleep. it definitely appears to be a target of an incentive. the use of force of those sexual assault were shot when she was living during >> the girl is transported to a local hospital and is in stable condition. someone inside the house may have been a target. no suspec
&p is off by a fraction. >>> pretty big deal for foster city-based solar city. the company has signed a contract with wal-mart to install solar panels in up to 30 wal-mart in california and arizona. this is a big foothold in the commercial market worth millions. wal-mart hopes to eventually get 100% of its energy through renewable sources. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >> still on the business front, mark hurd says he will give up $30 million of his severance package. the former ceo is doing it to settle a lawsuit brought by hp after he was hired by oracle. the lawsuit claimed he violated his noncompete contract. hurd resigned last month from hewlett-packard. >>> the oakland city council deciding whether or not to spend $540,000 to place small videocameras on the uniforms of police officers. the purpose is to record officers' interactions with the public, which brings us to our question of the day. do you think police officers should have videocameras on their uniforms? >> david says: >>> a warning for women in the lake merritt area. we'll have a live upd
. >>> foster city expect plenty of sunshine with highs in the upper 60 mountain view 71, sunnyvale 72, more bay area cities and today's high temperatures coming up. >>> thank you, tracy. it is 5:24. paris hilton has pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. because a plea deal, she has been sentenced to one year of probation. so if she violates the terms she could face a year in prison. [ inaudible ] >> if you violate the terms of your probation you will serve one year... take this very seriously. do you understand me? >> yes, your honor. i promise. >> anything else? >> hard to take anything she says seriously. she is a really good-looking mugshot, though. in august she was arrested outside a last vegas hotel and casino when police accused her of having cocaine in her purse. she claimed the purse didn't belong to her, that it belonged to her boyfriend, a man purse. >>> lindsay lohan a judge has issued an arrest warrant after the action tress said on twitter that -- the actress said on twitter that she failed a drug test. she spent 23 days in rehab after being in jail for three weeks. the judge
just fine as a major way towards foster city, those headlights making their way into hayward renown no reports of any problems, delays in either direction looking at just rob minister intend to. golden gate, practically a ghost town very few cars if any of their zebra commute is working just fine. novato to the city limits 21 minutes. wrapping up with a shot of albany. rows about 80 traffic is nice, light. the bay bridge toll plaza is a very nice easy ride. james. >> thank you. the argument over friday's is coming to stand of his courtroom. the supreme court will hear arguments in three lawsuits on wednesday. those suits were filed on behalf of more than a hundred thousand workers through been furloughed. they argued that the government violated state law imposing those unpaid days. there will have up to three months to issue a decision. work is under way to repair section of the great highway there is demand for winter storms. the church and began just this weekend. three stabilise a section of the highway. there road way which should down back in december of 2009 and again a gener
at any one time. >>> foster city police say a 69- year-old woman scratched and bit a 37-year-old man there. police say it happened as he was trying to break up a dispute between her and another dog owner at the dog park. >> there was a -- a disagreement over words that were exchanged and a man intervened to separate the ladys that were involved. >> now, some dog owners say people are taking dog squirmishes a little too personally with some people blaming stress on the economy for the problems. >>> next week. park and rec will consider changing the rules just as a way to avoid future incidents. >>> we're getting new information about the wildfire burning burning in humboldt county. fire officials say the fire has grown to 700 acres. it's been burning near the community near patrol lea south of eureka. trues are up against rough terrains. the fire is 5% contained. the flames have destroyed one structure and continue to threaten others. >>> and the canyon fire burning northwest of boulder, colorado, that fire has now burned 500 acres and 3500 people have been forced to evacuate their ho
to foster city. eric is standing by at the traffic desk she has an update coming at. take a look at all this damage done by that 7.1 quake which it is the last weekend a lot of the area has been cordoned off. yesterday's strong aftershocks terrified people. there was a 5.1 in magnitude it cost new worries about the safety of buildings that have been cracked. many crumbling. quake damage is extensive it is now believed that about 100,000 homes are damaged and in these 500 have been a red tape to. condense. in pakistan, the flood waters are finally receding. but they have left behind ruined crops and devastated visages. you can see some of the damages. the ambassador to the u.s. as the military is so busy with flood relief that is hampering their fight against terrorism. he's is going after extremists depends heavily on pakistan the troops. thousands of people throughout the country remain homeless this morning. the latest on to the investigation of the philippine peen bust hostage situation. at the last month. we covered it live, investigators say some of the victims were hit by a bullet
anselmo, 43. a little warmer towards foster city. 30s in the mountains if you are heading up to tahoe, friday/saturday. clouds will increase possible rain up there. 48 ukiah this morning and sacramento 51. definitely a little chill in the mo everyoning. there's the system. now, again they will get the front to come in. that will be northern california but behind that, it it looks like there's more oomph going on. in advance of that, high pressure will give us a couple of days of slightly warmer weather. we'll get low, maybe a few mid- 80s. the coast will stay in the 50s and 60s. low clouds, a little breezy at times. nothing compared to yesterday. the wind has been cut in half. 50, 60s and upper 70s. low 80s. temperatures sliding below average at this time of year for many. follow, nights -- fog, nights and mornings, increasing clouds and a cloudy to mostly cloudy saturday with the possibility of rain in the north bay. >>> a woman who drowned in discovery bay over the weekend has now been identified. the contra costa county sheriff's office says on saturday night, 45-year-old virginia
to san mateo, highway 92 is moving well in both directions if the credit for hayward to foster city you're making a good time 12 minutes from one end to the other one last look, here red coming in from iran nice and light for usual for wednesday well for any morning. none of the traffic. should be nice of what he will notice that update on the forecast in a bid. let's talk all of it about the alleged aggression and the latest pictures from hurricane and juliet. this is the shot from the international space station hurricane juliet max von winds near 125 mi. per hour. category 3 storm not expected to threaten land in should slowly weaken or the next few days. also getting a view from above hurricane igor the local light don't they. it is crying out in midlantic. this storm is expected to make landfall or bermuda by landfall. there is also a tropical storms are all in the golf of mexico is a good hit mexico's peninsula sometime today. mandatory evacuation has been ordered for some residents near the canyon fire in kern county. crews are working to prevent the fire that has been burning it
but no one was hurt. >>> it's big and it's beautiful. but jeff of foster city asks, what is the average depth of san francisco bay? ken bastida has tonight's "good question." >>> reporter: san francisco bay with its deep blue-green waters is a favorite destination for tourists worldwide. so what i'm going to tell you is just for us locals. the bay on the average about as deep as your neighborhoods swimming pool. >> when you look out on the water you assume oh, it's this dark murky water it must be deep about in reality the average dement of the bay is between 12 and -- depth of the bay is between 12 and 15 feet. >> reporter: she says it's a little misleading because we see big ships coming in and out of the bay every day. but what you may not know is that they are restricted to very narrow channels that have to be constantly dredged. >> we still need to come in and dig out some of that extra sand and mud that's coming down from the mountains and from the rivers, or else a lot of the cargo ships that come in from many ports would not be able to navigate in. >> reporter: as it turns out, the de
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